JESUS’S, MARY’S AND JOSEPHS COMPLICATE CLAIM

One oblong clay box, measuring 65 centimeters by 25 centimeters by 30 centimeters, had an engraving reading “Yeshua Bar Yohosef” (Jesus son of Joseph) and another box in the area was inscribed as “Mary,” but they were not necessarily the burial repositories of Christianity’s holy family, reported the Associated Press, among other sources. Motti Neiger, the Israel Antiquities Authority spokesperson, dismissed the public allegations that the boxes excavated from a building site near Jerusalem had once contained the bones of Joseph, Mary and Jesus. Neiger considered the claim as “a nice news story for Easter.” The boxes had been discovered by a reporter from BBC1, Douglas Hogg, and his Heart of the Matter television program associates. The Sunday Times of London had published a report, which lured many correspondents to the basement warehouse of the Israel Antiquities Authority in order to view the coffins. The box of “Yeshua Bar […] Read More

1986: GENISIS GENESET

GENISIS (“The Genes of Isis”): The First Book of Revelations GENESET (“The Genes of Set”): Target Earth A Review and Synopsis by Dr. Bruce Cornet Campbell’s Response to Cornet’s Book Review of Genisis and Geneset GENISIS (1986) was written by David Wood, a surveyor, cartographer, and student of mystery religions. It is about sacred geometry and ancient knowledge handed down to us through secret societies. GENESET (1994) was written by David Wood and Ian Campbell. It is about the “Ice God”, and contains the final message to humankind about the cycle of comets, which brings destruction and renewal, or Zep Tepi (First Time), as it was called by the ancient Egyptians. Because Genisis: The First Book of Revelations was published more than a decade ago and is almost out of print (only a few copies are still available through the author and select outlets), I present a comprehensive review […] Read More

1995: TRIBULATION DATE SETTING AND THE RAPTURE

ALL DATES HAVE COME AND GONE A clue to God’s prophetic timetable According to Daniel 9, all end time events begin with what may seem an insignificant “peace” treaty. This treaty will reinstitute sacrifice on the temple mount in Jerusalem. With the stroke of a pen the world will enter into a time of upheaval called the Tribulation, or Jacob’s Trouble. Despite the debate among Christians as to whether the whole seven year period of Daniel’s 70th Week is the Tribulation, or only the final half of the seven years, the time of God’s Wrath, should be called the Tribulation/Jacob’s Trouble, this webpage will use Tribulation to refer to the whole seven year period . In the vast cosmos with all its billions of stars and untold myriads of worlds, Earth will be center stage as God declares judgment upon not only man, but all the rebel angels as […] Read More

2005: The Magdalene Legacy: Revelations

By Laurence Gardner Ten years ago, in Bloodline of the Holy Grail, I first discussed the suppressed archives of Jesus, Mary Magdalene and the significance of the hidden lineage of their descendants. These themes have now achieved a new prominence in the world of fiction with Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code – an explosive and controversial novel which has brought the mysterious life of Mary Magdalene under a new spotlight. During the past ten years, however, a wealth of additional information has been extracted from Templar and monastic archives, expanding the previously published revelations to extraordinary new levels. Mary Magdalene is one of the most painted and sculpted of all classical figures. Artists and romantics have adored her, but she has been constantly vilified by the religious establishment. In the New Testament she is given as Jesus’ sponsor, a woman that he loved, a close companion of his […] Read More

2013: THE KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, and THE FREEMASONS

Timeline: The Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Jesus Christ “Nothing is hidden that will not be made known, or secret that will not come to light” http://www.geocities.com/theshapeofgod/page2_22.html 1058 Malcolm III becomes king of Scotland. 1073 Pope Gregory VII announces that, after one thousand years of the Christian church, henceforth only the bishop of Rome may use the title of papa (pope) and that all secular princes must henceforth kiss the pope’s foot as a gesture of reverential humility which they were not to extend to any other pope. 1093 King Malcolm III of Scotland dies. 1096 Hughes de Payen born in Vitry, son of mother Alef of Montbard. (his death is in 1244). 1100 Henry I becomes king of England 1104 Count Hugh of Champagne visits the Holy land and Jerusalem returning to Europe in 1108. 1114 Count Hugh of Champagne returns to Jerusalem and is accompanied by his vassal Hughes de […] Read More

EXPOSED AT LAST: THE REAL GEMSTONE FILE

by Martin Cannon © 2001 She met her contact in a coffee shop. Throughout the meeting, he shot nervous glances at the other patrons. Was anyone eavesdropping? Her source finally pulled a file from his briefcase. “If anyone asks, you didn’t get this from me,” he warned as he handed her the folder. “Don’t let anyone know you have this. Not even your best friend. Don’t mention it on the phone. The NSA listens to all telephone calls. They zero in on certain keywords. And you can be pretty damn sure that one of those keywords is Gemstone.” The year was 1990. The woman – a friend of mine – skimmed the folder’s contents, while her contact slurped up black coffee and trembled like a wet whippet. The file contained 24 typewritten pages. The first one grabbed her attention: A SKELETON KEY TO THE GEMSTONE FILES May 1, 1975 […] Read More

1997: THE ATLANTEAN ORIGIN OF THE SEVEN SACRAMENTS

Introduction In the Bible, as in India, myths are never told in detail, but only in tiny flashes which recall the twinkle of a star, the fall of a meteor or the avatar of a god in a transitory theophany. Only when highly allegorized and, hence, incomprehensible, are myths ever told in any detail. They are then peddled as the actual history of personages such as Jesus, Zoroaster, Moses, Abraham, Krishna, Buddha, etc.. However, the several flashes are the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle and fit together serendipitously when demythologized and integrated with each other. All religions — ours included — center on the story of Atlantis (Eden) and of its Fall (Adam’s) and destruction by the Flood, as well as on the hope of its rebirth at the Millennium. We have shown elsewhere in detail how “Christ” is a personification of Atlantis. And so are his many aliases […] Read More

A Posthumous Publication

We are glad to lay before our readers the first of a series of unpublished writings of the late Éliphas Lévi (Abbé Louis Constant) one of the great masters of occult sciences of the present century in the West. An ex-Catholic priest, he was unfrocked by the ecclesiastical authorities at Rome, who tolerate no belief in God, Devil, or Science outside the narrow circle of their circumscribed dogma, and who anathematize every creed-crushed soul that succeeds in breaking its mental bondage. “Just in the ratio that knowledge increases, faith diminishes; consequently, those that know the most, always believe the least” – said Carlyle. Éliphas Lévi knew much; far more than the privileged few even among the greatest mystics of modern Europe; hence, he was traduced by the ignorant many. He had written these ominous words . . . “The discovery of the great secrets of true religion and of […] Read More

Answers to Queries

A Correspondent from New York writes: . . . . The Editors of LUCIFER would confer a great benefit on those who are attracted to the movement which they advocate, if they would state: (I) Whether a would-be-theosophist-occultist is required to abandon his worldly ties and duties such as family affection, love of parents, wife, children, friends, etc.? I ask this question because it is rumoured here that some theosophical publications have so stated, and would wish to know whether such a sine quâ non condition really exists in your Rules? The same, however, is found in the New Testament. “He that loveth father or mother more than Me, is not worthy of Me; and he that loveth son or daughter more than Me is not worthy of Me, etc., etc,” is said in Matthew (x. 37). Do the MASTERS of Theosophy demand as much? Yours in the Search […] Read More